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THE VINTON RECORD.
THURSDAY. OCT. 10, 1873.
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
On and after Sunday, May Kill, 1873, tram
will run M follows: nos o, , o ami o
run dmly; ell other trains daily, SunJays ex
epted. OOINO IABT,
No. 5. Nc. S. No. 1.
Station: Bt.I.Ex. Fml L, Cm. El
Cincinnati ..,.1U Sopm
thillicnthe. ........ 1 15am
Richland Fur.-.. I Mum
Hsinden ............. 3 17am
MoAaTUDa ... 3 4H im
1 dOpm 7 Mam
t Oopm U 45am
t 4Hpm l'J 42pm
tiopm li 65pm
0 iipm i uopm
Vinloo 3 37am lpm 1 lHpm
Zaleki.. ........... 3 4ara !pm 1 28pm
Nope Furnace.... 3 52am 3'Jpm 1 3Spm
Faraerburg Scam 0 36pm 1 20pm
No. 2. No 4. No. a.
Park era curs
Fast L. Bt.L.Kx Cm. Ex
l'i liipm in 3"pm
Hope Furnace.-., tu ovam
fintoo... 11 loam
McAatHua II lSam
Hamden ...ll 30sm
Kichlacd Fur..- 11 45am
it ntprn l mm
NO. 1 will stop between Cincinnati nnd HI' n
hosier, at 0. k S. Junction and Loveland on
ly; east ol Winchester it will slop at ail sis.
tiona except Karmera', Harper's, Moonville,
Mineral, New England. Big Kun, Cutler. Lit
tie nocking, Fleming', and Inn nil. Nil. 3
will atop on Weatern Division at 0. k 8.
Junction, I, Ireland and Greenfield onlv; on
Eastern Division at Hamden, .McArlh nr.
Ztleaki, and all stations cast of Alliens Thi
train will 'i I -o stop at Kiug'a, Ionium, Moon
ville and Mineral City on signal. NOM. ft AND
6 will atop at A d. Junction, Loveland,
Gr.'enlie'.J, Chilluoihe, Hnmdcn, Athena ami
Beoll's Landing only. NO. 8 will makeHll t lie
stops between Parkerebiirg and ftlanchesttr,
except Tunnel, Fleming', LUtie Hocking,
Mineral City, Kinx's, Ingham Vinton Fur
nace and Farmer.'; In-taeen Mlununrater and
Cincinunti, at Loveland. C. t S. Junction and
Cumminaville o.ily. NO. 4 will stnp tit Hel
pre, VitH-ent'a, New England, nil stations bc
tween Athena nn I Hanicl-u, and west of Ham
den, at IMiillicntho, Greenfield, Loveland,
Madisonville, C. k H. Jcn'.ttou aodCumtniut.
PARKERS lU'UG, MRETT AND ZALES
Tho Parkersburg, Marietta and Ztlaski Ae
ommndntinn leaven Ztlrski at tt 1" a. m.,
arriving at Parkersburg ai 9 30 a. m ; re
turniug leaves Park-r-burg 3 10 P. M.
arriving at Zaleski at 0 61) f. M. Tina ttain
stops ut all stuiom.
The Zaleski Freight goin? eat leaves
Chillieotho altl Olia.in.i Ravsvillo 7 35; Rich
land Fi.runce, 8 05; ilamden, nrrive 8 35
depart 0 0; McArthnr, 9 So; Vintnn, 10 06;
Zileskl 10 60. Going west Z ileKi.4 oo p.m ;
Vinton 4 3, McAithur 6 ooj ilauideo, arrive
( 30 depart A 00; Richland Furnace, 6 30;
Riiyaville, 7 00; Clullioothe. 8 33.
Trains on the I'Oll IS.MoUTil BRANCH
will leave Ilamden at 0 16 a.m. and 3 43 p.m
arriving at Portsmouth at 11 0a m.and G t5p.
m. Ketiirningtraina will leave Portnmouth at
8 15 a. m, ami l'i 35 p. m., arriving at Ilnm
en at 11 IS a. m. and 9 45 p. m.
Trams connect a: Loveland for nil points on
the Little Miami Kml road, and at the Indianap
olis and Cuu'innati Railroad Juncti n for all
point. West; ni Athens, with the Columbus
H. V. K. H., At Piirk-r-burg. with the B. &
0. B. B. W. W. PEABHUY,
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
OUAELES W. BAENETT.Proprietor
"TLL run regtu.rly to McArlliur Station
VI to meet all trains.
Hack leaves McArthur post offlce ft. 10
O'cl'Xik, A. M , to meet Fast Line We.-t; at
l'i M. to meet the Cincinnati Kxp es "ong
east; at 2 o'clock P. M.. to meet theHt. Louis
Express going west, at 3 P. M. Tor Fast Line
east. Will meet the Parkersburg, Marietta
and Ztleski Aci-oinmodntion on application
in person or by letter.
inters leu ai tne post omce, MCArtnur, or
Dun las, promptly attrndedtn.
rJinv CHARLES W. BARNETT.
WILKESVILLE AND HAMDEN
IW1L! run a hack from Wilkesville t
Ilamden and return every Monday, Wednei
day, Friday and Saturday for ihe aecommo
dation of passengers, making close conneo
tion with the mail trains on the M. A C. K. It
1 will also carry express packages ohipped
to or from point ity the Adams Express Co.
sep7 JSAAO W. MILLER.
Wilhoft's Anti-Periodic or Fever
Wilhoft's Anti-Periodic or Fever and Ague Tonic.
Cures every case of chills and
fever. Make sure of a good
thing when it is in your reach.
Neglect it, and you and your
family will euffer.
Wherever Malaria scatters its
poison in the air we breathe,
there will be chills and fevers and
all their ghastly attendants.
In euch localities, Wilhofi'e
Tonic is potent and never failing
in the cure and prevention of
It is prophylactic or prevent
ive as well as curative, and is the
real, long sought antidote to ma
It is innocent, speedy and de
cisive in its action, and leaves no
bad effects from its use.
It is a joyful blessing in every
Prof. "Anderson's Dermador"
is a certain cure every time for
Chilblains. The proprietors will
warrant a cure in all cases when
the Dermador is applied freely
according to directions.
See advertisement in another
Farmers stuuld not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which Ueorge W. Brunton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent in this and
Jackson county. It is the best
and cheapest gate ever designed
for a farm, costing fifty per cent,
less than the old fashioned gate,
and is more durable, for it can
not sag. Examine it when you
are in McArthur.
Suiosd's, Fhotograpber, ChiJIicothe
fives careful attention to makitig cop
ies of other pioiures. Pictures amy be
mad as large as life from the tiniest
lockdt picture, and made in every way
Bautftactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colored in the best
styles in oil, water colors, crajon, pas
tel or ink, at rates to suit all circura
Wi will furnish the Keoord and the
Cincinnati Gaietto to subscribers at
Exreaiaxoa will waon any mm tha
it is advantageous to patruuiis those
who advtrtiw ii uewspaens
Fresh Drugs, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Dye Stuff, and Pure Liquors lor Me
Perfumery, Fine Toilet Soaps, Ilalr
Oils, Pomade, Ilalr, Nail, Tootb, Flesh
anil Clothes Brushes, Combs.
School Books, Blank Books, Copy
Books, Pens, Ink, Paper and Pencils,
Fine Cut, Plug, t hewing and Smok
ing Tobacco, Cigar, Pipes.
Lanterns, LanipCliimncys, Shades,
A full Hue of Gold,Coral, Jet, Topaz,
Amethyst, Agate, Garnett Sets, Brace
lets, Finger and Ear liings, Necklaces
Needles for all kind of Sewing Ma
chines. Musical Instruments, Tuning Forks
Violin and Guitar Strings.
Clocks, Watches and Keys.
Toilet and Work Boxes, and an end
less variety ol Toys.
1 nm also agent for all the Maga
zincs, Periodicals, Literary and Daily
Papers, which I furuNIi from three
days to a week In advance of those
furnished by mail,
All of the Above, and a
Thousand Other Arti
cles, to be had at
HAIX ST.. JI'AItTlIVIt, O.
T.A- Mellor's Advertisement
BK LOW COST.
AM determined to elose out my Summer
Dry Goods and
to make room for my Fall Stock, and for that
purpose am offering everything in that line
BELOW FIRST COST!
All of these (roods are adapted toll is particu
lar season, and many ars suitable for ate till
wear, being l ite purchases, 1 am determined
to keep nothing otr as I want Ihe room for
my new fill stock, and nm offering such bar
gains ss can not be obiained elsewhere in the
cnunty. Come and see me. I am hound to
close out the slock and will make It an in
ducement lorcnstomers to come out of their
way to nrake purchsj.es.
I am also ottering a full line of
Groceries), C(ucensTare. Ta
ble and Pocket Cutlery,
and otlonn at a
I Challenge a Compar-
son of Stock and
Highest Market Frice
Paid for Country
Give me a call at Kn. Dolan'i
THOS. A. MELIOR.
103 Main Street,
Mattel a specialty of
Fine Watches and Clocks,
EETAIL3 at WHOLESALE PEIOES,
Give Him j. Call.
TO J. W. McKEE,
Embroidering and Fluting Machines
"It is ingenious and will meil Ihe wants of
rerv uatioo in tne lanu. '
Exhibition f 1879.
John E. Gstit. Ker. Sec'v: P A. Bsrnard
l'res.; Hauiuel I). 'Jiluiau, Corresponding
New Tork. Noremker 20, Mi
This simple snd Ingfnim machine is as
useful as the sewiti, machine, add tsfaai be
coming popular with laities, in Ihe place ol
expensive nteuie worn, us work neiug much
more handsome, requiring much leas lime
and not one-ieulh part li e expense. No la
dy's toilet is complete without it A machine
w ith Illustrated circular and lull Instructions
sent on receipt of fit or Buishcd tu silver plate
lor ts ia
Auutcsr, a hv iiicnce ivinDuiucmriDB l-o.,
ivt oroauway. new luiic
DB GARVIN'S ELIXIR OF TAR
Is recommitted lT melius I practitioners
nnd a speedy cure guaranteed for colds,
coughs, cstarrh, asthma, bronchitis, spitting
blood, ciinsiiniiition, and all pulmonary com
plaints. Kidney diseases and nllarl. ctionsof
tne urinal organs pertectiy nainilcts tree
iron mineral or aiconnnc properties picas
ant to lake anil never known to fail Price II
per bottle. Full particulars with medical tes
timony and rertiticatea sent on application.
Address I,. F. ii VUE CO., 114 Seventh Av
enue New York. lBsep
Darts from the Deviljor OupidAbnsed
A hook Just issued, exposing Ihe ' personals'
that have appeared in the NewToik News,
papers: their history and lesson. Stylish vil
lians fully exposed . Advertisements from
desperate men to beautiful women; clandes
tine metings; how frustrated; the history of
ineuoouncn iragenr, tnereiunoi a "person,
si." Inscription of living Hroadway sistues.
Exposes social corruption. Hnt on receipt
ol 50 cents, Address Unique Printing House,
3d Vesey at., N. V. 18sep
Tbe llrekvt iiU 20 Family "ewlng Ma.
cliinc on 30 Days' Trial, m inv ndvuntiiges
overall. Malmliction guaranteed, or i res
funned. Sent complete with full directions.
He.-kwith nesing Machine Co., btii Brosdwny,
New Vork. 18el
AXt.W llr:.Mt:i I'UK Kll'llltl,.
A mot hiiimram lnrtnttou. Hold by Tbe klastni
t ft .in. r 1 1 1 I II rti t.BAlnlulM in .on. anI nnm
fort nmht and day, at all limes, and umlerali
circiimstam es, without any exception what
ever in any case, and should never be taken
orl during the short time requisite to etle-t a
pt i uiiiiinii cure, r.eni ny ntan, i irciunrs
tree. Anydriugist or physician will or ler,
this new truss iir you without extra 'harge.
UtJV ONLY THE GENL'IXB
GOODRICH TUCK MARKER,
'Which is adapted to
All Sewing Machines,
NOTICE nnrliculsrlr the shv- n of H . C.
notlllKlOU, C'hicKO. Ills., w.lh rive pntenl
stamps. II. !. t.OOltKM II,
Uttlce and tnlesrooin .OS buna at., Chicago,
I us. USMIglt
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, 1
Vinton County, Ohio, September 4, 1 71.
To the Quallflcd Totcrs fVinton Cennty,
WHF.REAS, By the laws of Ohio regulating
eleclions, it is required ot the bherirtol
his county to give nonce before the time ol
holding a general election br proclsmtion
throughout the county, of the time on which
such election shall he holden :
In pursuance of such requisition, I,
GCOltUK KAI.ER, Hherirt of Vinton
count'', Ohio, oo hereby proclaim and make
known that tha
Second Tuesday in October, A.D.1873
(Being the Hlh Day of said Month.)
Is by the Constitution and laws of Ohio, ap
pointed the day on which the qualified elect
otsof Vinton conniy nr notified to meet in
their respective town. hips, at their usual or
proper places oi noiuing elections hetween
the hours of a o'clock in the forenoon aid ii
o'clock in the afternoon of said day, and then
nnd there proceed fo vole by ballot for the
STATS OFFICERS :
(no Governor for the State of Ohio;
One l.ietuennnl Governor for the state of Ohio;
One Judge of the Supreme Court for the long
term lor the Mate of Ohio;
One .Judyeuf thenupreme Court for the short
term for the Htate of Ohio;
One Treasurer fur tne Stale ot Ohio;
One Attorney Oeneral for the State of Ohio;
One Comptroller ol the Treasury fvr the State
One Member ot the Board of public Works for
the State ut Ohio.
One Senator for the Senatorial District com
posed of the comities of Vinton, Gallia,
Meigs snd Lawrence;
One Judge of th6 C'nu't ot Common Pleas for
the Second Subdivision, ol the Seventh J Us
dicnl liistnct, composed of tho counties ol
Vinton, Jackson, Lawrence, Scioto and
One Representative in the Legislature for
One Auditor for Vinton County;
One Prosecuting Attorney for Vinton County;
OneSttrvayorfor Vinton County;
One ConnniBoioner for Vinton County.
APPORTIOX.HEXT OF JCRORS.
And the Trustees of the several townships
In said countv are hereby notified that Ihe fol
lowing number of Jurors are apportioned to
their townships respectively, and that they
are required to select the said number and
make return thereof to the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas, together with the Poll
Dock. Elk , ..17
Wilkcsville , 8
Given nnder my hand, st my office, in Mo
Arthur, this 4th dav of September, A. D. 187J
'neritl of Vinton County.
September 4, 1873. 4
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio,
NOTICE is hereby given that Harvey Rob
bins, administrator ot Ihe estate of James
KoM.ins, de eased, has filed his account with
said esuite for partial settlenenl.and that the
same is set lor bearing tne 1 1th day of Octo
ber 1873. H. M. M.YO,
. Probate Judge.
Bep. 18, 1BTS.
liNOCH MUKOAN'S SON8
8 A ? ( O
a a substitute fr soap for all household
purposes, except washing clothes.
S A. "P
lor cleaning your house will save Ihe labor ol
one cieaoer. uive n a trial.
S A. I? O
for windows i better thno whiting or water.
i v sv-aiiuTiiig v u i wsm u aim cai prta.
cleans paint and wood, in fact the entire
house, belter than soap. No slopping. Haves
labor. You can t afford to be without it.
S A. P O L I O
for scouring knives is better and cleaner than
bath brick. Will not scratch-
S A P O L I O
is bitter tlisn sosp and sand for polishing tin
ware. Bitghtens without scratching.
S A P O L I O
polishes brass snd copper utensils better than
acid oi oil aud rotten stone.
S A P O L I O
for washing dishes and glassware is invaluable
Cheaper tluin soap -
SAP O Lt I O
removes stains from marble mantles, tables
and statuary, from hard finished Hulls, and
fiotn china and porcelain.
removes stnina nnd grease from carpels
other woven fabrics.
There Is one article known that will
do so ninny kinda of work aud do It as
well a Ma. oil. Try It.
new and wonderfully effective
loilet soup, hsving no equal in
this country or abroad.
HAND 8APOL1 O
as an articleforthebath,"reach
es lor the foundation" of all dirt,
opens the pores snd gives a
healthy action and brilliant tint
to the skin.
UAND S A POLIO
cleanses and beautifies the iktn,
instantly remoting any stain or
blemish Iroin both hands and
UAND HAP OLIO
Is without a rival in the world
lor curing or preventing rough
nesa ami chapping ol either
hands or face.
HAND S A POLIO
removes tar, pitch, iron or Ink
stains and grease; for workers
in machine shops, mines, Ac, la
invaluable. For making the skin
white and soft, at d giving to it
a "bloom ol beauty," it is un
surpassed by any cosmetic
HAND HAP OLIO
costs 10 to lit cents per cake, nnl
everybody should have It. You
Will like it.
ltuy It of your inrrchnnt If henna It or
will procure It lor yon. If not tlii-n write
lor our pniiiplili t., "All about .Kapollo,"
mid It will be mnlli-d free.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS.
20 P.l.'K VLAVE, A. V.
No Person can lake these Bitters a
cording to directions, and remain long onwell.
provided their bones are notdostroyed by mlno
rat poison or other means, and vital organ!
wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Tleadache,
Pain in tho Sltonlders, Coughs, Ttghtncsa of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Sto
mach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Billons Attacks,
Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of tin
Lnnga, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms, are the off
spring! of Dyspepsia. One bottle will prove
better guarantee of Its merits than a length;
For FemaleCnmnlalnts, In yonng or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood,
or the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so
deculed an Influence that improvement is soon
For Inflammatory anil Clironlv
nhenmatlsm and (lout, Bilious, imminent
aud Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood,
Liver, Kidneys anil Bladder, these Hitters havt
no equal. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
They ore a gentle Pnrgntlre as well
as a Tonic, possessing the merit of acting at
a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or In
tlainmation of the Liver aud Visceral Organs,
and In Illlloqs Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
Bolls, Carbuncles, Ring-worms. Scald-Head,
Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, itch, Scurfs, Discolora
lionsof the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the
Skin of whatever name or nature, are liter
Illy dug np and carried out of the sys
iem In a short time by the nse of these Bitters.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vinroas
Bitters the most wonderful Invtgoranl that
ver sustained Ihe sinking system.
It. II. ncDOKAED CO.
Druggists and Ocn. Agts., San Francisco, Ca!.,
k cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N.v.
OLD BY ALL DKUUOISTo A DEALERS,
... v.. .vi o hiU'4 Kit' 'I'Alt.
Ten ypitranrn pnb
lie loi-l bus proven lir
i crook's n ne ot Tnr tc
lutve iiiuie merit than
any similar pri-pnrntlon
ever nllt'icd to tie pub-
frVs?it nieillcliiiil qualities ol
i5JsrSl Tnr. nnd iint'iitinlrri foi
tllMean'S of Uio IhroHl
noil l.tinaa). noriorrniiitt
cures, ii KrmTUALM
';?--J-.?''-y cures nil 4 Oliwhs nnd
io-j)v' .-i' l'olrli. It liiis cured so
O many c iscs of Aslhmn
nnd llronrlilllH, tlial II
lias been rHiru!ic-d a
spccillc for tliise com
iihtiitts. For Pnlna In
till, IIP.D.I bill. .,,
A''J4'it,'. r.nrM, lira eel or Kll
ncr f souse, Dis-iue
f tin- I'rlnrtry Orynns, Jtmiiiflire, ol
uy I.lver 4onp'ttrnl it litis uo cquul
tl ia nlsti n si.perlor Tun r,
Itestorrsi ihe Appetite,
IrenglTiens) tin- Hystrm.
Uestorea the Mrak nntl I bllltnted.
t snsri the Foo l to IHgest,
itemoTCS Uysprpsl" snd Inillxeallnn.
I'roiontsj Jf nlnriotta I'evera.
JItow lone to your syslein.
Pais, Tcllo. SIcilj-Looilnt; Silt
s clii:ii--d loom-of freshness ami lie.dth
Iiihu D . of the Nkln, Pimple
liilu!r. Il'ot'heannd i.rnptlona an
(vnovcd.tt'-r fiilnt' rrofiilona IflaeasMss
f I tie l.yia. Wh te Nwelllnar, Vlerr
!! eei or any kind of Humor rapldl)
: wlnilli- illM'.iir under Its Indiionce
fact tt vri!l do yon more good, and ran
nit more spr-dlly than '"iy n'ni nil otliei
r-p-i:n'mi!r"il'l'"l. Vtliitt Itisna
.r ao n r-slorf-r! A M''ildeoyd of Iror
iiilii,-. il with tlie mullclnr.l prorn-rtieso
S o! ,llv,-st-d(ilnl!dlsogrc-nblp(U'il
e It wlilrtirpnny I riron.'ror Long
f,nl.ivr lUn--r vbjsM rent ir din-c
n I. nit falnn 1. 5J'eumo( Nin.Piittif
,i 1-tntt.soi rnr..t o::-tl'nt!oni bro
n iiu ! M .-renrial nr other H-lon
!! i-f..f! '!!. FnrNyphlllsi.orSjph
I. ttr tt, there I1 i,-tii.;t- (,, It
II, 1,1. ',.r.-U. Hit KIR )D
HIOI, P. DUlOlil BKIF Ol
j. a. iviow'ommojn.
JEWELER ND SILVERSMITH,
Oppotiits tbt Emmitt House,
Slircckeiganara Old Stand,
VVrACllkEK AND DEALM IH
Fino Gold JewolrFe
American and Foreign Watches.
u. a. w,
N V. '
St'th Thomas Clucks,
O, Id Bet ts
Neck laces 11
Pin. snd Studs
SABIE & TODD'S GOLD PEXS.
A FULL LfME 0FO0OD9 SUITABLE FOR
BEIDAL k BIETEDAT PEESENTS
floods msde to ordersnd repairing done by
careful workmen. No eatra charge for en
graving aonrts bought at this establishment.
S jso 1S73 ly
Of latest, most fashionable and elegant styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
I make it a point to do all my work of the
best material, and stand second lo none in
quality of finish or durability. I employ no
interior workmen, there are no apptenlice
boys about my establishment, nod I can not
tail to please any person who wants the best
turnout msile in the country. 1 refer with
pride In mv customers throughout Southern
Ohio as lo the character of wotk coming
from my fai tnry, nnd guarantee all my cus
tomers perlect satisfaction.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for Bale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock
Will receive prompt attention.
I have constantly a stock of
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
left witli ma for sale, repaired nnd almost as
good as ni w,uine of them
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
Ill III 13T3
FAUNS FOR A I.E.
rp H E fhjro on which I now resn'e In Jack
J son township, I'ike fo., U , pear Sharon
ville, and containing m arly sis hundred ai res
Also my farm in Liberty toanship, Kc.esCo ,
li., nmrcont.iiuing about '.'SO acres. 1 will sell
IIUTII FARMS AT A FJAItGAIX.
For litrlher intormation call on or write to
me directed to Omega, Pike fo., (, The
first farm is in one of tne most desirable situ
atinns in tho township- The farm in Liber
ty tnwnshih la very convenient to the depot
at Londonderry. JIAaUiN JOiNES.
Spring an d
FEATHER-WEIGHT ilATS !
M1NKA R'S HAT STORE
O. F. DUFEU,
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
VtroULI) re.pectflilly say to the cltlcens of
vv vimunn inai ne nsseniargeu nisstock
making one of the largest in Ihe Hlate. Our
business has increased every year up lo the
present lime and we feel thankful to the pub
lic for past favors, and are determined to keep
a large .lock ot every thing usually found in
a first-class Jewelry store, and will keep the
Anesi stock of gold and solid silver, also the
tiest Plated Hoods , as low as any house in the
We keen all the different brands of Ameri
can Watches Howard, United Htates, Elgin.
Wsltham and Springfield Manufactures, both
in gold and silver cases. Also a Urge line of
GOLD IMPORTED WATCHES,
From f 25 lo $300.00, also silver from 113 to
1150. We have a veiy reliable lull Jeweled
Sliver Watch from f 1 6 to 120.
A full line of all goods in nor line, er made
to order by expenen'ed workmen. Repair
ing will receive prompt attention
Please drop in and see us. No trouble to
how goods. Mjul
The Beet and Cheapest
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS EEPABED,
MANUFACTORY No. 119 WEST 4th St.
Locsted at Ashland, Ihe Home of Henry Clay
and Old Iransylvania. Six colleges in opera
tion, with thirty professors, and oo students
rorr 28 States. Entire fees for collegiate year,
IM, except ia the law, medical and commer
cial college. Boa.ding from l'i to A per
week. For catalogue, address J. B. BOW
MAN, regent, Lextngtou, hy.
A line lot of
PLAIN & 7ATTCY STATIONERY,
Also a full line of pure
fresh Drugs, Jteai
es and Dye
ery, tioaps, Toilet Ar
ticles, Notions, Jewelry, etc.
A large Lot ot Notions at
very low Prices.
North Side Main St, two Doors
West of Market,
C. J. BILLINGHURST,
and dealer in all kinds of
carefully dene, snd the smallest pictures
enlarged tosny u, nnd
Finished in Oil,
0' any other style that may be desired, at the
I.nrgn nnd flnrlv finished Phntoa-rnnha
fas bo made from old nud faded, or
Pictures of all kinds framed to
ami all work warranted to give tatisfsction.
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri
ces a full stock of all
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always onhand. Will
attend funerals w"J
hearse when desired
1MR1S II OK TON,
Corner of High and Locust Streak.
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs! Seedt
HEDCE PLANTS I
Nursery Stookl Truitiriower Plates
Address F. K. PHOENIX,
BLOOMING TON HUBdERY,
600 aeree; 21st yean U greenhouset. 4 cat
alogues, 80 cents. 31jul2m
Business that will Pay.
from 14 lo g per day, can be pursued Injour
own neighborhood: it is a rare chance lor
those out ol employment or having leisure
time, girls and boys Irequenlly do as well aa
men. Particulars free.
: - . LATHAM k CO.,
kyalOtr IBS WeehJajpoa at, Boetoo, Maest
- n j f Boota and
JT -.SSSl I Shoes of I. W.
jfV"i" l WILSON, at t
TTSywE Ilamden, who '.
Vl'wttjit e'usively i a J
7V"v- ' 'j tnose articles.
KV-njTt Speeial at- 4
JVL!jfsr tention given
VJvj& ' to F'U Calf
flood for fflan. InflammatloB of all
kinds, Diphtheria, Wounds, Braises, Burns.
Sprains, Rheumatism, Son Throat, Swelling of
the Glands, Inflammation of the Eyes, Broken
Breast, Frost Bites, Chilblains, Flies, Be 8 Hugs,
and all Sores.
Good for Ileaet. Fresh Wonnds, Galls,
Poll Evil, Sprains, Bruises, Cracked lleels, Ring
Bone, Wind Galls, Spavins, Sweeney, Founder,
Lameness, Sand Cracks, Scratches, or Grease,
Uangc, Horse Distemper.
TUIe truly wonderful Llalmentwis
discovered by IIOMEIt ANDERSON, A.M., lata
Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics In the
Clinton Liberal Institute, of Oneida County, N.T,
In experimenting for tbe purpose of Biasing
Piuselc Acid, by uniting the ludependcntgoscoue
bodies of which It is composed, a residuum wsa
left, which, on being applied to bruises and in
famed parts, by the students of the Institute, wsa
found to possess the remarkable property of cool
big down and carrying off tho inlloiumatlon and
soreness at onco, and restoring the parts to sooud
Bess and health in a few hours without pais of
It Is not a heating Liniment, bnt
acts by Its peculiar Secilic or chemical qualities
In dissolving and scattering the soreness and ta
ll animation of the Injured part, By a free ap
plication, the red surface soon becomes cool,
moist and natural, and Is restored to natural
health without suppuration or destruction.
Aa a Liniment for Horse Flesh, for
tho cure of sll the ailments named above, we
thallonge the world tc And Ita equal.
Price 25 & 50 cents per bottle.
D. HANSOM, SOU & 00., Prop's,
BUFFALO, H. I.
Boo notlcs In local column,
V J.X.Holxbc,d )
FLUID EXTRACT 3UCHU,
Is th otiJr K'i irn I'.-.-::i' dy for Trltlit's Pis
eao and tuis enred every ease cf binlicu In
which It It.is been riven, Inilstinn of tlie.Nei'k
of the niaililerantl Inil-itiunatinn of the Riiinrvn,
I'ltsratlnn "f th Kidneys mid Rladder, R' ten
tion of L'rine. Disease, of tlK I'rixta'.c t.'lat.rf,
lloT'e it t'l Bladder, Orivr-1. brick Dust Drjxit,
and Mucous rr Milky Jicbsr;:c, mt fi En
feehlcd snd l)5liriConstitntior,rf both ries!',
atb nil'd wiih t.'.o fullowir.v ryniptw: I.e.
of rower. I.o-s i'f Memory. PihieuUy of Breittri.
ing. VTeik Xrrve.. Wakefulness Pnin ht tLa
nrH. Kiiishi'ia- f ibe Kmly. Eruption on the Fsc,
f'alltd Courj'-n nice, La.siut'le if ths System, Mt.
I rd by p'reons in the d-clins or 'trins i t
Mfe; sf'er rn:l::mcut er Ubor paius,tcd-wel-ting
in ch-'re- etc.
Iu in.tny n!fi ctions rntliar to ladies. tSsKf
tra'-t P'j' hii is uueiiialiitl l y any other ieiu.y
As in Ch! misis or Retention. Irretjnbirlt;'. r"sln.
fultiess or Stipriressliin of Customary Kvaciiatlons,
Ulcerated or Seliirrus auto of tho Uterus, Lia
corrhoei or Whiles, Pb-rility, acd f .- ull cem
plaiuts ineiilcnt to th j scs. It Is frescrilieil
sxtcnslvcly hy the most crimen! P1"Mcimaiiu
Midwives for enfeebled and dilica.o eou.titit
(ious of both aexos and all s-cs.
KE AH SKY'S EXTRACT Ercifl',
rvrei l)i"a$n AMi"j frrm In.prmlaiee,
n bin of Dit.-ip'itton. Etc, In all their stages, at
little expense, little or no change in dlc, no in
convenience, and no exposuro. It causes a fre
quent desire, and gives strength to uvlnste.
thereby removing Obstructions, PreTelifing snd
Curing Strictures of the Urethrs, Allaying Paint
snd Inflammation, so frequent in this class of dis
eases, and expelling all poisonous matter.
KEAHNEY'S E.VfUACT BVCIIT,
$1.00 per holtlo or six bottle, for t)S.0O, eeliTcrci
to any address, secure from observation. Sold r.y
druggist s c ervwhern. Prepared hy
KF. ftX EY ft t o., m Puane St.. N. T.
to whom all letters t' 'vformutlou should lie
AVOID QUACKS MiD IMPOSTERB.
So Cbarga for Advice and Cuttsultnlics.
f)r. J. n liijntl. Gratlniitouf IJ'iton it-flint
Colliji, Ililladclpliia, author rf several laluitMo
works, can ho consulted on nil tlisi-ases. ut tho
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (nhirlt hi ha.-t ninrtu
an especial study), cither its mnlu i r female, no
matter from what causo orit.'iiistitc, er of how
long Mutidi ii;;. A practice of W) yenis cuablri
him lo treat diseases with success. Cures guar
anteed. Clinrirea reasonable. Tlme at a i!is
tanco call forward letter dcm'rlliing (yinptom
aud enclo.ing stHmp to prepay postage. A
Send for Ihe i;iillt. tn lu th. I'ricc in rein
i. B. DVOTT, W. 11., I'hysielao and Surgeon.
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Gallipolis, McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
Alt, parties having subscribed to Ihe cap
ital stock ol the U.. McA. k C. R. R. are
hereby requited lo make payment to IheSec
retaryoflhe Company, st his office on the
Public Square, in Usllinolis. Ohio, or if mop.
convenient, to I'aniel Wiy, President of the
v inion uouniy Bang, ai MOArihur, Ohio, of
an installment ol Ave dollars on esch shire
so subscribed, within tea days of this date.
..... G.McA.AO. R.R.Co.
S. T. BOCGES ,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can si a timet be fonnd at hi, office.
Absolutely without pain, and with perfect
safety, by the nse of